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Bungtown Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Bungtown Amateurs. ,They produced their piece de; resistance the ither evening at the:?Mechaiics' Insti tute. At. one titie amateurs thought the house would not hold the ppieople' Before the play was half through with; they were sure of iti as most' of the audience' began streaming out of the doors. But those who remained enjoyed a rare treat. This was because the. play was'.not Selldone.! ~Someho.,'it appeared as though itiwas noti thoroughly cooked on ,both sides. It was just too underdone for any use. A pristine lawyer, by the name of Shyman, as sumed the character of "Shylock," in the 1 Merchant of Venice '" butit?i~ wT s ohlyl?a base; assumnption, and€ aecoimpaniidd by{ nou insignificant anoiunt of cheek: " Mir: Shymin ' .was.also.unfortunate,'in the-location"of his' residence which was three, streets .from the .iMechaiiics'Institute, a?m 'averaged .tlree hItels tohe steet.. By-thertimethe-arrived' in the dressing room he was more peculiarly adapted.for the ,star part of A;Tood...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A New Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Al New Arithmetic: A mann trad'es a £5:watch ,for, a30s.; shot gun; payv3s. fpr repairs, ,nd then exchanges it for a 1S:. horse, which kicks a 20s: cow :death,:an d then dies`of , r 'i~ hi:iar I`7 much did the mkan lose?: .?.Y ?11f ,.'?. ` In a certain roonim there arc cleien wdmein sitting down. A lady passes the house with a new springbonnet on. ,?rFind the number vwho got up. 'nd ri~hihd dto?ithe wiridow. . (That's where you aire fodled.: One. of 'cm -'was too lame to get out of her chair.) SThedistance from- a roadside fence to a c~ertain apple tree is three tinies the distance from the groutd. to the fist li~lb,wvliich is two yards, one foot and nine and one-half n'ches. What is, the distance from the fence, and hoiw lain~i) plcs, can. a fat boy eat ? iA man, died, leaving property valued at £17,000 td-i- certain 'elative. Eglit' other relatives wouldn't have it that way, and con tested the will. The- property was then (divided pro rata, and each one's share was found to#be'sey...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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About Alligators. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

About Alligators:??I::` The passenger, who'was going downn ;the 'big river forithe;first timein his life, secured `permission to climb ,up tiesid? the: pilot a grim old greyback, who neer told'alie im his "Many alligators r the river? iiquired the stranger after a look around`:' i "Not so many now, since they got to shoot in' .em for their hides and taller," was the reply.' I I t i " Used itie lots, eh ?" " I don't want to tell, you about 'em, stranger," replied the pilot, sighing heavily. "9 Why ", . ýi l!i," i ,;Chuse yo'{d ithink I:Tas a-lyin'to you aiid tlat's simthin' IInever do.l lcani cheat at keerds, drink whisky or chaw poor ter. 'backer; iiitT'can i't* lie .. .." Sr,'Then ,there: used to0be lots of 'em ?" in buired-dthe passenger., I . I "? m:most:afraid to tell°yejmister;but'IPve counted 1100 allygators to the mile from Vicksbiirg bl'ai downi tbNew Orleans. Thliat iwas years ago, afore a shot was ever fired at; ell, I dnt do b itt,'eplied . the. stranger.n " And I've coun...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Dentist. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

T The, Dentist: fe f Tedentist is probably-the most feared f any man in the community, and numbers of men who would boldly face the inouth of a cannon (in a drill-room) would :not have nerve enough to face the denitist: ;There seems to be more power in a pair of forceps in the hands of an energetic operator than in a multitude of knighthoods. Many a man has. suffered the dread pangs of an aching tbooth rather than siim~itto the terrors of ex 'tradtibo ;' and all ifor; the tirant of allittle. pluck, though at the same time they have dubjtleasto06 muni'iev'e:. The-de?itistmust be a man of exquisite tact, and the possessor' of a greac amounit 'of patience (or rather' patients) if he:wants to succecd'iin-his'busi" dess. We may say that " tooth"-irds of the children require to be talked over before they will submit to place themselves in the chair. And then again he must be a model of politeness, and ever ready with the use of his tongue. A deiitist (or, if you please, surgeon-dentist) o...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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My Coal-Black Beard. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

KrIy Coal-Black BeDard. BY PERCOY FITZGIEBALD. (Concluded.) The very first thing I would do would be to see the manager, Mr. Haslang, a civil enough German, and lay the whole case be fore him. The familiar waiter should be dis missed on the spot; the intruders desired to quit the 'hotel, as interfering with the com fort of the guests. But the charming Dorinda -I was forgetting the main point, to which these were trifles. Oh, for a razor I There was a door opening into the next bedroom, as is usual in grand hotels. An idea flashed upon me. I tried the handle. It was, of course, bolted, but a voice from within called out, not harshly, "Who's there ? What do you want ?" Here was a chance. "If you will kindlynot mind drawing back the catch, I shall be able to speak under less difficulty." The next moment the bolt was shot back, and a mild, grey-haired-a term much toodample, for which should be substituted, some be sprinkling of grey hair-stood before me with an expression of gentle surp...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Settling a Lawsuit. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

S. Settling. a Lawsuit. A young man and young woman were con testing possession of i; piece of property, the one 'claiming under i an ' old ` lease, the other under an old. will. "~It strikes me," said ;the justice,." that there, is a ,pleasant and easy way to terminate this lawsuit. The plaintiff &eems to be 'a respectalble yozun;g man, and? thisiss a'very nice young woman.' They canbothget married and live upon the; farm. If they. go on with; law, proceedings,, it will,,all be frittered away amongst the lawyers;' who,I am sure, are not ungallant, enough to wish the 'marriage not to coinme off." The lady blushed, and the young man stammered, they, "liked each other, a little bit;" so a Rverdict was rendered. for the plaintiff," on conditioin of his promise' to marry th :defendant'within two months--a, stay of 'execution was put to:the 'verdict till the marriage ceremony should be com pleted. About the first couple ever: sen te.~ci to matrimony iia coiirt f lawii.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How Rhodope, became Queen of Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

How Rhidope became Queen ot Egypt`"E In the British NIuseum is a fine collection of iEgyptian sandals, many of them of taste ful. workmanship. ,ISuch: were the wear= of Rhodope,tthe Cinderella of Old Nile. Rho. dope had the 1oveliest' foot in Egypt. O;-iie lday she was baithing, when an eagle stooped and carried' off :her sandal::: She watched him soar with his treasure, and presently he vanished with,it into space. When at last he let it drop, it' fell at'tle feet of Kigr Psammeticus, ais he sat in the open ai? ad ministering justice.: He: was charmed, with its beauty, and commanded a, search-to hbe; made for its owner,:. Rhodope was quickly discovered, and becanme the Queen of Egyp~t

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

PO. gii1 oetry ....... By B.J. OF DRYSDALE. N a darkened room she lies, the death-dew on her browq,. : Once:a fai:riffd'lvelygirl,?blt saily 'altered now ? x . .... At present,;sheies;aleeping,'wat hlediby-hermother dear, Adown whose cheek is.flAoing.thehoLt and bitter tear.i, r '' 0 iro)id.to Heaven,'she ries, "that Pikild dlie `wit thee .O would the self-same;gtave would cover you and me. May he wholi hth ibetrayed thee aimther's only child, May hie feel the igony hait's in my heart so wild;, ,, May!.hehave no rest in ife, bsute on'the earth mayroam, 'The,alienark Cain upon his brow aid e'en' w\ithout a honid ` 'May lie be made ichildless as Ivery soon shall be o0 hear thy pr?yer; swedet Heaven; liht' now, piray, to me .. STile miother ceased heir wailing, for in that darkened .roomn ; A, seet so!ftvoice is heard'wiich:ipenetrates thellooiii. S Her.daughter has awakened and is so gri ~ed to hear ': The curses of her mother on him who yet is dear. "'0 mother de," the sweet voice sa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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O'BRANIGAN'S DRILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

O'BRANIGrANYS DRILL. The echone. o Siniter had tlirilled thriough the laind, . IAl Michael O'Branigan born to eonm ;and, Obtaibned.a commission i i;ord and a And his rosterrwas fihld with thesohnsof " the sod.'. It is true that his knowIedge of tactics was"scant; . :,:. When..he wished to. oblique' his coin' :nland wouhl be .Sltant?' But he kiew the iinpotauceo ofract??al skill; .And,'. rching his company out to a hill, Proceeded with this initrddictory drill :Atintion ! :iRight dia s!.Be that token ' IS h ill.eani , * . . . . , 'That aicli of ye kee? lii nixt neighbour Slihaidiiu likeia ef, an'look artial ; ati' brave . ` id& a souldierly, bering' I tiMalhey, .ye knave, Doitnye ohffer to shji",r tfro sitiranks til ye've lave. Attintion ! FiT bayoes 1 Jiit for the S(sudierhlln We will play that the foe is a ouldini' th.e bill. Now, double quick-? Charge' An' I'll lade the way; An thiisigs yer watcad fwhat is it? Hooray 1 Attintwion ! Ha-hal 'tilI coii til me breath ! Give.O'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. An advertised public meeting in con nection with the above was held in the reading room on- Wednesday night. Present-Revs,,Gardner" and Wilkin .son,'Messrs Simpson; Davidson, Sitnp kin, ;Gray, Twomey,' Sheehan, rCies pigny, Wallacei G., F. BIillieu, Bridges, Barham,. Jordan, Brebner, Cottier, Ran `kin; M'Doiald, and Hodge:. The Rev. Mr. Gardnrer,'w wi'asoted to .the chair, and Mr Jordan -read the old 'i~lee'`vith the alteratiOns, made 'by the sub-committee appointed: at ',the last meeting. The alterations were then die cus'ed by the meeting. ,It w?i as decided that the 'name b`' changed to , that of "the. 'Queenscliff 'Mehianics Idstitute and PublicLibrary. An amendment that it be called Public' Library ohiy was lost-the mechanic :element evidently being too strong at tlie meeting. "'.In aisnser, to a question, Mr. Jordan stated that the readingroomn would be open to all, and that: the public could, take books out' of the library and read the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Rar[?]iae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

'i : r: froniftlie, bldfox ati home;i';vas what the young fox said wehe n, as, chaip from . his cover and ad to run ten miles before he got to lhis hold."'. " ' , Ip,, A , The girl' woi cainnot}ge i bWtlu S .. 1 By any othr lplan, . ' : Goes quickly to aidraper's4holtt ; nd, biys anice dol-main,1. h , person being asked whatiVmeant by realities ,of life, answiered -"irea estate, real money, and a real good' dinner, n'one of which"can"-be "obitaine itlio'tt i euiF hard " '% Vhy, Franky,", exclaiimeda mothI g at a friend's house ' I never kinew youto ask for a secopdpcpice ofuddiui g it liomayN t'i'knew tivan't no ise,!" sid Frinkylalalijl ji eeded with:his piuddimig eating.h.i. .:...` :?~Il i TllonghA'dani s didess was a ilud design, , , He oftena would sa-dly igrive A. , , And sit onthe linmb of;ia ,tree and w~ine, . 'Caue hie couldn't laughl iitl;hisslve. , oung Austraias' precociy, ani cheek is pretty~weil lillustraiedlby the folloing true :story.! Aboy about fdiurteifjyeaislfbld,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION' ~'Tis earlyday: :the,rising sun~ ,ita Glints o'er' the waters, and ithe waves SThat, iuimuring, lave e b :edr orlwed Through the lorig darkness"df'tli 'night, .Now rippleminerrilylup the.beali. Tie1 unmooredi boait, w'ith ~iil full' set To catchthe;gentle'morning breeze( , -Is speeding, putward frot the! shorke; And oq the pebbles roundandgopth:. (.Worn with thelappiing of thie waves, Each rough adjagged poiireoved i.- Byioccan's faithfiil kisses?girdn L1? .t ,, ( Through days a!nd,nights .f mi.ny~ eans) Stands wife aind child gf himjpt,sopne To'drag their bread from out thc deep. 'With head upriised shle w'iftsdr?t -?fye, ,Withleyes' fixed'on her fishirfbravji ,And inher heart a prayer fo.t him?j She waits and 'witches, till:ihehoat S?oiysQin'the 'distance' simaller sti).' r Tlien toth'eir' cotshe homeward lite To work, and sing,i and hbpe, andd igh ; ;Anud watchh t.h, clouds tilhii return.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Very Refined. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

,; ..- ;,.Very, Refined . . i '' Pa, dear,' said an Australian girl w~ho had been brought up atgne of our ladies' colleges, "wasn't olit. Fuminer, a.little'bit off in his, seimonb tiis morning on the creatibon ' " A little bit off I Good gracious I girl,?liadveI sent you to' a seminary for four years to indulge in; such languageas that,1,, ' Well, I meant he ought to let that world-buitding ddodge ilone; if lie argued it out with me. he'd gel left." ' Slang, vulgarity,'pr?fanity!.Ciar, you shock, me I 'i 1 ell, don't raise your hair, daddy, but open your head ; and I'll tellyour what he ssaid "-but the poor man felL,doivn in, an apoplectic dit, and Clar'i was last seen at Robertson and M.offat's, endiarit thle last style' of erape'hea'dl!r esses ::ý! ", t i 315'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

THE CONCERT. Question not, but live rind labour T. .,-Till yon goal'be ivon, a Helping; every feeble' neihhour, Seeking help from none; - , Life is nostlyfroth and bubble,b Two things st.'pt likestone SKIND kSESS in another's trouble, COURAGE in your own. --GonooN. The promoters are. -to be codngratu-:. lItted on'the success of IMoiidav niiglht's' conceit. Every seat was occpida shiortly after the doors were riened, and' it was a;' matter of srii')rise :to all where the people came from. : The stage was decor'ated with fl'as; flowers, and ever? '?reens ,anl theeffect ? as very pkasing., Mayoir Stoneman .presided,, and i.his opening` remarks briefly referred to the: coimmendiable objeet for which the coii cert was given, and: said that he! was glad' to see so laige'an auidientce The prgratinnime was opened i.~itli a Well executed pianoforte overtuie by: Miss .Gardner and Mr South. "' Friend hib, a duet, by, Miss, .Stephenik andh Mr Wil liams, as well. received:r FMissPritdle's voie:,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

GERMAN SYxurP.-No other medicine in ' te worla was ever given such a test of its. curattive qualities as Boschee's German Syinup.: 'In 'three years, two million four. iii iniredt thousand small bottles of this medicine. were distributed free of charge bylDruggists in the United States of America to. thliose afflicted' . .ith Consumption, A4thinla' Croup, severe Coughs, Pneumonia and other disises0of: the "'the*throat and lungs, gi i ang e.t l iicted i un deniable proof that Germans i wp will cure them. The result hans been tilait; druggists in E.vcry town and village in civilized countries .. commend it, ' E OL "R c*GE B U.R.N, BOOKSELLERI AND STATIONER, M[OORABOOL ST., GEELONG, Opposite Messrs Bright aiid Hitchcocks. English Periodicals and Newspapers by every Mail. School Books and the University- Text Books. All the New Fancy Note Piper and Eiivel opes. Ponnah Painting-All ,the materials nec essary. Prepared Gelatined- Gards for Painting. Birthday Cards--A constant succession of ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Queenscliff Gas Company [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Queenscliff Gas :=Company S MWe notice that in the mnaniifest of the .e Ghiaze, whinch riived'las eek is a quantity of machinery fortihe Queens c: ;.liff gas works:. : Si Tenders Fare called for the erectioii obf buildings, cliimney staick. and` other iorks up to 4 p:ti. on' Tuesday.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

NEWS AND NOTES ' -MrT . G .'Baill)u liiasireceived -thl: "l [frilfiig toel?ii frrn, thi e, Hon. J.' F S Lviei in referelcixto thi!»1TpirtniiMls~ i 'tiwards the Sports Club-'- Public Works have referredl matteis to Colonel SRargood, who has promiise, ne,.to.consi .der it during next wieek." Seinfme nll i"*"jiarticnlarB'as to I'how"y6ou were "pit"ii' possesiol.'i?J,~d . .UO . I ' SThere are-:-two cnndidates fo -the! Board o'Aid i'ieMess.s George [fa :stei and Amliew Ho d '':N.omii ation 'palersiiifst be lodged not later lthan " oni ay, 2rd .eptner at p. . .The 'general meeting of the Sports. Club wai held on ;Thursday last . There was a' good attendance, and the presi dent preiiled. The minuttes of previons ''enietings were read :and' ' confirined. Correspohne . From VHll, secre tary Geelong F. C., pr ising assist , .aicee for art union.-Tli necretaryi was ''iirructed to acknowledge' saiie. 1A6 , ifeoitb amountino to £4 is 2d werA " passed for payment. Tenders were re ceived for sinki...

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He Spoke Too Loud. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

SHe Spoke , Too i Loud. He had returned with hisiwife from-a summer vacation-at the seaside; and he stood. in fbront of the hoise giving ar ferie a graphic account of the season's pleasures.' ?-" Wentiffbathing very day!'" h'dxclaimed enthusiastically. , i,: "Ah !" responded his friend,, wife go, in too?", "Oh; yes; evy , 'd,"'said' theli returned' vacationist. :"Cah she swim'?" queiried.th'e fiien'd withý some interest. " No-o, she can't," was the reply.; . She tried andjtiried to learli, lint sominehow she' didn't:get into:it. She said ihe'couldn't get, the right kick, and.I let;her think that was, the reason ;,but;the fact was '? and.here he; looked up at the house, and' sank his voice' to.. hoarse; aspiration-" the fact .was she. couldn't keep hermouth shut long enough to takelfour strokes before she'd have'some silly reniark bto make, when she'd swallow a whole wave. and go plump to the bottoin ;" and the husband winked rapidlygas the scene was re .called tomind, and he went in...

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Full Outfit. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Full Outfit. : ., An officer in the army, who was'going• onit to India to join his regiment ;,recently made all his purchases at a famedWest-End estal;i lishment, where the boast'is that everything can be had there cheap, and of the bIest. -Theictisoier?vas"such' aflarge 'buyer that the proprietor, contrary. ito usage, stepped forward to thank him, and to express a hope, that the officer was, perfectly satisfied, and hadl bee'ii jl?e"to' find ever?ytling that' he required. The captain 'thanked' the pro. priet6r;?aidi answered,: ";Nearly. all." " Not all," was the quick.query of ;the proprietor, "not all? IL hopgd, sir, we.could find you everything" ''Why, it sa ,litle out of your line l" " Out of our line? 'Not at'al]' sir.'.:' Oh;;, you are ;quite "sure .6f :that,. arer you?". !'Quiite certain,;sir." ,,' ,Well, then;', contitiued the captain, laughingly, "I ,wa?t a ife !" ".Step this ,w~iy, sir,;" and the, atoshiiedmilitar maln followed. "He went through some strange labyrinths, an...

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A Chinese Mazeppa. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

A Chinese Mazeppa. ;,There'occurred a thrilling tragedy at Link ville, Arizona. Some time since, within about four miles'of the above named town, there rode three cowboys. Their jingling spurs, their big=' horned and brightly-mounted saddles, on which! were coiled, like long, lithe, limber snakes, raw hide riatas,'the predominance of bright color dis played in saddle-blanket and clothing, the glekm' of the highly-polished pistol and knife, and,?the rude, active health and vivacity of horses and riders, ' ?iade 'them a picture' pleasanct ,to lbbk' upon;:wlien' such:an: inspectiol "could! be made with safety.,.: They were ,known t to their asso ciates, as Jack eOCray, Billy" Folausbee and Tomi ?:Dilrwortih': bui i whether thied ,e 'i?sie? were conferred upon them at the baptismal ftnt' was a matter ofconsiderable doubt and conjecture. Theyli hd boef' carousiiig ii town, and were thou on thei;ivay biack to their rendezvous:' Suddeih ly , Chinaman appeared, laden with- baskets;. and .wi...

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